Mack Hollins, Wide Receiver
Mack Hollins is a quick, big bodied receiver coming out of North Carolina. He finished with 1,667 yards and 20 touchdowns in his three seasons as a Tar Heel. NFL analyst Mike Mayock identified Hollins as a poor man’s Mike Evans. Although he will not perform like Mike Evans right off the bat, he could develop to be the kind of receiver that everyone expected Dorial Green-Beckham to be. In past years, the Eagles never had a reliable red zone threat. With some professional development and practice, Hollins could become that threat.
Although he may not make a giant impact as a receiver right off the bat, Hollins is best known for his play on special teams. On draft day the NFL Network analysts raved about his special teams abilities. According to PFF, he could play every facet on special teams and was the captain for the special teams unit at UNC. Coming to a team with one of the best special teams units, Hollins could fit right in and add to the dominant unit.